Divrei Hayamim Alef / 1 Chronicles 17 is about a discussion between King David and the prophet Nathan. In verse 13 the prophet tells David that his son, Solomon, will build the first Temple. The passage "I shall be to him as a father, and he will be to Me as a son, and I shall not remove My loving-kindness from him as I removed [it] from he who was before you" is about Solomon, not Jesus.
Notice that the passage says "I shall be to him AS a father."
Not a biological father.
G-d is telling King David, through Nathan, that He (G-d) will be like a father to Solomon.
What does that mean?
Per Rashi, the great Torah scholar "I shall be to him as a father, and he will be to Me as a son: And in Samuel (II 7:14), it is written: “… so that when he goes astray, I will chasten him with the rod of men.” The meaning is that if he sins against Me, I will chasten him immediately, as a man who chastens his son with a rod of men, insofar that He raised up against him as adversaries Rezon and Hadad, and on that verse, it is appropriate to say, “… and I shall not remove My loving kindness from him as I removed it from [Saul] who was before you,” and when he sinned before Me, I removed the kingdom from him and from his seed. In Samuel (ibid. 15) it is written: “from Saul.” The reason it is not written here: “so that when he goes astray, etc.” is because of David’s honor, for he does not wish to speak of this in this Book, because it is denigrating to the house of David."
Yet again the list maker is taking something completely out of context -- a passage about King Solomon, and claiming that it is a messianic prophecy about Jesus.
Read it IN context.
"And it will come to pass when your days are finished to go with your forefathers (when King David dies), then I shall raise up your seed after you, who will be of your sons, and I shall establish his kingdom." Divrei Hayamim Alef / 1 Chronicles 17:11.
King David died nearly 1000 years before Jesus was born.
"He will build Me a house, and I shall establish his throne forever." Divrei Hayamim Alef / 1 Chronicles 17:12.
Solomon built the first Temple (G-d's house). Jesus not only failed to build a Temple -- the second Temple (which stood in his lifetime) was destroyed less than 40 years after his death. Jesus did not fulfill this prophecy, which was about David's son Solomon.
The son of David who built the Temple was Solomon. G-d will establish his kingdom forever.
Ironclad. And then read Divrei Hayamim Alef / 1 Chronicles 22:9-10: "Behold a son will be born to you; he will be a man of peace, and I shall give him peace from all his enemies around about, for Solomon will be his name, and I shall give peace and quiet to Israel in his days. He shall build a House in My Name, and he shall be to Me as a son, and I to him as a Father, and I shall prepare the throne of his kingdom forever."
and also David speaking in Divrei Hayamim Alef / 1 28:4 - 7: "Hashem, G-d of Israel, chose me from all my father's family to be king over Israel forever. For He chose Judah to be the ruler, and of the House of Judah [He chose] my father's house, and of the sons of my father it was me that He saw fit to make king over all Israel. And from all my sons- for many sons have Hashem given me- He has chosen Solomon my son to sit upon the throne of the kingdom of Hashem, over Israel. He said to me, "Your son Solomon- he shall build My Temple and My courtyards; for I have chosen him to be a son for Me, and I will be a Father for him. And I will establish his kingdom forever- if he will be firm in fulfilling My commandments and My laws, as on this day."
Read also 1 Kings 8:15-20; 1 Chronicles 17:11-15, 22:9-10, and 28:3-7.
Yet another false claim by the list maker. It is deceitful to take a passage clearly about Solomon and claim it is a prophecy about Jesus.